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The Story of Moses book. This book is all heart.

The Story of Moses book. Author Jennifer Ross introduces us to her canine companions, one by one, sharing all of their little quirks and idiosyncrasies- the full breadth of their individual personalities. When all is said and done, we are carried on an emotional journey of animal ownership and companionship, and the heartbreak of loss.

By (author) Jennifer Talbot Ross. The book celebrates the individuality, intelligence and unconditional love of man's best friend

By (author) Jennifer Talbot Ross. The Story of Moses recounts how Moses gained celebrity with friends, neighbors and strangers and earned the love and trust of both his human and four-legged family. As Moses illness is discovered and advances, life unravels like a loose thread in a well-worn sweater. But, Moses' story is much, much more. The book celebrates the individuality, intelligence and unconditional love of man's best friend. The book also dispels the myth of shelter and rescue dogs being undesirables while frankly exploring the pain and sorrow of loss and the soothing balm of trusted companions.

by Jennifer Talbot Ross.

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Jennifer Talbot Ross, Author, "The Story of Moses". This was the cutest book that touched my heart. I have a Great Pyrenees named Angel that I adopted from an animal shelter and this story really hit home for me. The author did an outstanding job on this children's book. 2 people found this helpful. I enjoyed it and I think that any child would love this story too.

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Ann Jennifer Evelyn Elizabeth Fry Ross (nee Fry, 16 March 1916 - 10 December 2003) was a British literary muse who financed The London Magazine. She was the only child of Sir Geoffrey Fry, 1st Baronet and his wife Alathea Gardner. She grew up at Oare House, Wiltshire. Her father was private secretary to two prime ministers, and descended from the Quaker family of cocoa manufacturers. Her mother was the daughter of Lord Burghclere.

From surviving the wilds of the Texas Hill Country to a devastating battle with cancer, this is the story of Moses -- a beautiful, big, white dog who, from all indications, began his life as a livestock guard dog on a ranch in Texas (as do many dogs of his breed, the Great Pyrenees). Moses was taken in by a pet rescue group after having wandered onto a ranch in central Texas...homeless. After a few short months in foster care, Moses found his forever family and the road to immortality through their love and devotion. In an authentic voice, the author tells the story of her beloved dog, Moses. Fate brought them together and something terrible ended their story far too soon. The Story of Moses recounts how Moses gained celebrity with friends, neighbors and strangers and earned the love and trust of both his human and four-legged family. As Moses illness is discovered and advances, life unravels like a loose thread in a well-worn sweater. But, Moses' story is much, much more. It is the story of joy and hope and sorrow. It is the story of the wonderful dogs that came before, opening the door for Moses to walk through. It is the story of those left to remember and cherish. It is the story of survival in the midst of great loss-- of loving again, sheltering again, and living in the moment. It is knowing that, however painful, love remains and is the ultimate blessing. The cast is a rich tableau of canine characters. There's Cleopatra, the first matriarch who won the author's heart and whose story is one of intelligence and grace and love. The story continues to unfold with Odin -- a fiercely loyal and protective dog whose will could not be broken and who loved Cleo immeasurably and grieved deeply and hauntingly through her loss. Odin was a mountain of a dog whose passing left a big hole in the lives of his owners and provided the impetus behind the search that led to Moses. Moses and his 'siblings' Bess, Samantha and Pax provide the next generation of antics and challenges in which Moses shines through with strength, willfulness and gentleness unmatched - a true, gentle giant. Though Moses' life ended tragically, his loving spirit lives on. The book celebrates the individuality, intelligence and unconditional love of man's best friend. The book also dispels the myth of shelter and rescue dogs being undesirables while frankly exploring the pain and sorrow of loss and the soothing balm of trusted companions. Animal lovers will delight in the stories of the amazing dogs that grace the pages and empathize over the ruthless destruction of canine cancer. Readers looking from the outside in who have not yet experienced the joy of pet ownership may well find themselves moved to do so.
Prince Persie
As a person who has had dogs all my life, and rescued two or three, it was a very heart warming story. Good dogs and good people. The kind who would make good neighbors. Some things I could relate to and a lot of sadness I understand. The lives of our dogs are so short and we must say goodby to so many. They have illnesses and worries but these dogs had the best of care. This was the kind of home I would want for my dogs if could not keep them. I intend to reccommend this book to my friends.
Goldendragon
A tender story about a wonderful dog, if you love dogs this is a book for you. I read this book several years ago and still think about it.
Hucama
This book is for those who love dogs and their families. The writer has a gift for portraying different dogs in her life with all their peculiarities and personalities. Although the title relates to a Great Pyrenees, a good part of the book is about the authors' other dogs.
Windworker
Jennifer Talbot Ross not only has a way with dogs; she also has a manner of expressing her feelings about her relationships to her canine pets that rings true. Possibly part of her ability to communicate animal behavior as well as her near anthropomorphizing dogs is her depth of experience in medicine/health care fields as well as the fact that her childhood was enhanced by belonging to a family that bred and raised German Shepherd show dogs. Her writing skills? Those seem to come from a natural propensity to relate emotion honestly and without the need for drama. She is refreshing to read.

THE STORY OF MOSES is indeed a story about a Great Pyrenees dog whose life as a guard dog on a Texas Ranch accidentally turned into a life as a homeless victim, taken in by a rescue shelter, and then 'adopted' by the author. Moses becomes the light in his family's lives and in the lives of all who come into his range of love. He is discovered to have a carcinoma and this stressful change in his life affects his family more than it affects Moses. This is a story of nurturing love, how a dog can positively influence all those with whom he comes into contact and even is able to prepare his family for his demise - with profound dignity. The manner in which Ross relates this journey is at once entertaining, heart warming, tragic, and triumphant.

But Moses, though he is the star of this book, is not the only animal owner relationship Ross shares: we are privileged to meet her other pets as their places in the family's life alter and needs are encountered: Cleo is a rescued Labrador Retriever who entered Ross's life at what appeared to be the most inconvenient of times only to prove the bastion of change in Ross's changing family situation. And then there are stories of Odin, a German Shepherd/Akita mix, Bess, a new Labrador pup with a personality and purpose all her own (real name: Besame Mucho!), Samantha, an Anatolian Shepherd, and Pax, another Great Pyrenees pup. This may sound like the beginning of a kennel instead of a home, but the entry and exit of the dogs varies, each one filling a need and providing joy to a home receptive to appreciating the idiosyncrasies each offers.

If the book offered nothing more than canine biographies, it would be well worth the read. But Jennifer Talbot Ross offers intuitive information on how to treat and appreciate and care for pets that should be vital information for any adult or child or family whose hearts are open for including dogs into their lives. Grady Harp, May 11
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I have just learned of the release of this book and can not wait to get it into my hands. We were so very blessed to be Moses' neighbors as well as his people's. This was one remarkable and most unforgettable soul, all bundled up in an absolutely amazing white fur coat. Our daughter upon seeing him for the first time thought he was one of the Polar Bears that she so dearly loves. If ever in your life you have been blessed enough to have shared time with a magnificent soul, be it the two or four legged kind, your heart will explode with; memories, joy, love and a tremendous reassurance that this is a world full of love and caring both on the part of God's gifts to our world through the animal kingdom and those that commit to rescue and love them. How Blessed we were to share a tiny part of Moses' amazing life. How Blessed we are to continue to have his devoted family as friends.
If in this life you never had the opportunity to know Moses, I pray that you will in the next life. Treat yourself and those you love to this book to truly enhance your holiday as well as the rest of your life!
Toni GloverThe Story of Moses
The Sinners from Mitar
I purchased this book for my mom for Christmas, but I read it before giving it to her. My mom read it and then passed it on to my grandmother (88yrs old). All three generations loved this book as it is a quick, heartfelt, enjoyable read!!! I'm not sure who we'll pass it on to next, but I am sure of one thing, we will pass it on!!!

I told my grandmother that I was going to submit a review online and she just called back to give me her own review and asked that I post it also:

The Story of Moses by Jennifer Talbot Ross, is a true story about Jennifer and her beloved dogs, and her special dog Moses. As I read through the pages of this book, I felt I knew each dog, it's personality and the love they all shared. I feel this book should be read by dog lovers everywhere as it will truly bless your heart!
ChallengeMine
This book is all heart. Author Jennifer Ross introduces us to her canine companions, one by one, sharing all of their little quirks and idiosyncrasies-- the full breadth of their individual personalities. When all is said and done, we are carried on an emotional journey of animal ownership and companionship, and the heartbreak of loss.

Anyone who has had a dog can identify with the laughter, frustration, heartbreak and pure bliss that they bring to your life, and this book is full of it all. Charming!
The Story of Moses ebook
Author:
Jennifer Talbot Ross
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Pets & Animal Care
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Outskirts Press (November 26, 2010)
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148 pages
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4.9
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